Tuesday, February 5

 

Essential Question: How do you create and edit videos?
Key Questions: How do you demonstrate basic camera operation? How do you demonstrate an understanding of effective pre-production planning? What is visual continuity? How do you ensure you lighting is effective? How do you ensure your audio is effective? How do you demonstrate an understanding of video production? What are the legal, ethical, and professional standards for the development and distribution of educational video production?
Activating Strategy: Begin working on assigments below. Q&A if needed.
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Daily Journal
  • Continue Daily Vocabulary; define terms 241-245
  • Students will contine Video Project 1, Part 2
  • If you filmed yesterday or Monday, your videos are on the N drive in the Business Communication & Presentation folder. Look in the folder called Videos. You will see 3 folders and you will have to look for your footage
    • You will need to COPY your footage files to your Z drive
    • DO NOT EDIT THEM!!
    • Put them in order but DO NOT add music, titles, or shorten the scenes.
    • Save as Video 1 Part 1

  • Once you have saved the file as Video 1 Part 1, you may begin editing
    • Save the EDITED file as Video 1 Part 2
    • You must have both files saved on your Z drive because they will count as two separate grades
    • Click on the link above for specific directions for editing
Summarizing Strategy:

TOD: Make sure your video is ready to view! We will view all videos tomorrow in class.

Assessment: Observation, TOD
Resources: Video Production Handout; Storyboard handout
GPS: BCS-BCP-1,2,3,4,5,7,9,10,11

Previous Lesson | Next Lesson
Back to Computer Applications Calendar | Back to Miss Rock's Homepage

 

 


Computer Applications 1 | Computer Applications 2 | Business Communication & Presentation

Computing in the Modern World | Fundamentals of Web Design | Advanced Web Design

Syllabi | Schedule | Georgia Performance Standards | FBLA | Contact

Updated August 2012

 

Computer Applications 1 Computer Applications 2 Business Communication & Presentation Computing in the Modern World Fundamentals of Web Design Advanced Web Design Animation & 3-D Design